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Dig Gives Glimpse Into History

Updated: 07/29/2004 - Now it's just a field, seemingly in the middle of nowhere. But the lonely spot, on the banks of the Shenandoah River in northern Page County, used to be a much busier place.

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Give 'm a Break

Updated: 07/29/2004 - Farmers pay for some services they don't even use. So now some think Augusta County farmers should get a break - in the form of wiping away the farm equipment tax.

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Norfolk Southern Earnings Climb 55 Percent

Updated: 07/28/2004 - Norfolk Southern Corporation said today that income rose 55 percent in the second quarter, as business volume increased and the company controlled expenses.

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Bay Needs Protection from Animal Waste, Report Says

Posted: 07/28/2004 - A new report from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation is taking aim at what it says is the largest source of harmful nitrogen and phosphorous in the bay - animal waste from farms.

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Wild Ponies Make Annual Splash

Updated: 07/28/2004 - Tens of thousands swarmed the Chincoteague shoreline today to cheer wild ponies on their annual swim from Assateague Island.

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Reynolds Shareholders Approve B&W Merger

Updated: 07/28/2004 - Shareholders of RJ Reynolds Tobacco voted overwhelmingly today to approve a $4.2 billion merger with Brown and Williamson Tobacco, a subsidiary of British American Tobacco.

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Page County Proposes Trash Fee

Updated: 07/28/2004 - It could be part of the solution to Page County's trash problems, but residents aren't happy about the idea.

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Going for the Gold

Updated: 07/28/2004 - He works out at Lifetime Fitness at the Augusta Medical Center three times a week.

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Farmers Seeing More Green This Year

Updated: 07/28/2004 - Next week is Virginia Farmer Market Week, but some local markets have had reason to celebrate all summer.

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Page County Terminates Trash Agreement

Updated: 07/27/2004 - After weeks of discussion between Page County leaders and the company that used to run its landfill, a decision has been made.

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How Loud Is Too Loud?

Posted: 07/27/2004 - The city has received several complaints from neighbors who live in areas with businesses.

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Councilman Says He'll Pray; ACLU Says It Will Sue

Updated: 07/27/2004 - The Virginia chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union says it will file a lawsuit if a Fredericksburg City Council member goes ahead with plans to open Tuesday night’s meeting with a sectarian religious prayer.

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Businesses Offer Plan to Scrap Reserve Fleet

Updated: 07/27/2004 - A group of unnamed maritime businesses has recommended a plan to scrap all of the ships in the Ghost Fleet, which consists of more than 50 aging vessels anchored for years in the James River.

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Feds Seek Death Sentence for Simmons

Updated: 07/27/2004 - Federal prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty for a man accused of killing two James Madison University students in Harrisonburg.

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Former W.Va. Forestry Director Dies

Updated: 07/27/2004 - A former director of the West Virginia Division of Forestry who resigned to protest mountaintop removal coal mining has died of cancer.

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